The URL may change eventually, but for now it's the following mush of characters:
The tag line is "Magic words for the soul." More from the channel description:
Since 2011, I've been blogging at servitorludi.blogspot.com about games, philosophy, and whatever other weird bits of esoterica I can think of. I'm no master of the Game, just a servant who wants to see what the future holds for both the high-concept stuff (like Hesse's Glass Bead Game) and my old favorites (classic tabletop roleplaying games like D&D).Right now I've got four videos up. You won't see me directly, but you'll hear me reading a variety of things -- both poetry and prose -- that I hope will inspire and move you. What you'll see with your eyes, in most videos, is a sequence of Kandinsky-like artworks that I've generated via a randomizing computer program. Why? No reason other than it was fun to make. (I'm not the first person to think of doing this, but I haven't cribbed from anyone else's algorithms. I'm still tweaking and optimizing.)
Here on Youtube I'm exploring another aspect of that weirdness: the magic of WORDS. On my blog I've posted a lot about my favorite creative people, many of whom are wordsmiths of some sort. Posting excerpts of text is fun, but sometimes the words need to be heard by the ear. Sit back, close your eyes, and see how the words will change you.
That's all for now. If you're inclined, go have a listen. Please let me know if there's anything that you'd enjoy hearing, too.